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Locus Map provides two kinds of navigation:
Standard turn-by-turn navigation with voice commands from point A to point B with route calculated by a router. Locus Map supports several online routing services and you can of course navigate also offline. The router calculates the route according to selected navigation profile (activity or means of transport) - car, bicycle, foot etc. In case of online routing services it is necessary to be connected to the internet. More info >>
Follows user-defined or imported routes. Locus Map renders voice navigation commands automatically from the shape of the route. More info >>
Appears after the start of the navigation. It consists of the street name/road number indicator (1), indicator of the shape and distance of the next two turns (arrow box)(2) and two adjustable fields (3,4) that can display:
In some cases the street name/road number indicator may be empty as the selected router does not have it in its database.
It can be displayed by tapping the arrow box.
Here you can set the router, voice commands etc. More info >>
When you are forced to leave navigated route Locus offers several ways how to lead you back on it (or to your target):
Locus leads you to the nearest point of the route by a guiding line. It displays also distance to it (and other values if you set them in guidance settings).
Selected routing service recalculates your way back to the nearest place on your original route. This option is recommended for navigation along a route:
More info >>
Selected routing service creates a new route leading to the nearest via point or to the finish of the route. This option is recommended for point-to-point navigation:
More info >>
Locus can notify you when you leave your navigated route - either by voice (it informs about direction and distance of the nearest route point), by a sound, beep or vibration. More info >>
You can add a via point to the route when the navigation is in progress:
The point is added to the route.